5.22.2009

Freebie Friday

Today's freebie is a book I just came across that I could really benefit from myself. It's called Clutter-Free Christianity: What God Really Desires for You. The author, Robert Jeffress, is pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas. Now, I haven't read this book, but it looks to be Gospel-centered, which is a good thing. It also has a reputable endorsement by Al Mohler:

"Robert Jeffress reminds us that the essence of the gospel is a changed life flowing from a God-transformed heart. From such a heart pours obedience, faith, contentment, service, and prayer—every facet of our continuing relationship with God. This book will ignite a passion to live wholly and holy for God as an overflow of our heart's love for Him."
– R. Albert Mohler, Jr., president, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary


You want it? Here's what to do: Even though this book isn't about physical & material clutter necessarily, in the comments describe with some detail the area of your house that is consistently the most cluttered.

Go.

And now to announce the winner of last week's NLD Trilogy giveaway ...

Tami Kim of Berkley, CA

Congrats Tami! I'll admit, the Cocoa Pebbles really helped you. :)

5 comments:

Jennifer said...

That's easy... the closets! I can keep things picked up in the house, but I usually accomplish that by stuffing things into a closet willy-nilly. We are in the process of cleaning out 2 closets right now and Hannah informed me yesterday that hers needed to be reorganized, too. (*sigh*)

Phoebe said...

It is by far our room/office. The desk is always cluttered with mail, receipts, newspapers, and random objects the kids get and bring to us. Since the office is in our room, the actual bedroom part is also neglected and cluttered. Sadly, it's easy to shut the door and ignore rather than actually clean it... which is on my to do list and WILL be done by this weekend.

Gina said...

I have four small children in 1300 sq ft. The better question is "Where in my house is NOT cluttered?" because honestly, it is EVERYWHERE. My hot spot is the end of the kitchen counter and I need to be more diligent about keeping it cleared.

Deb Freeman said...

My husband's workshop, barn and anything else that is "his." =)

boo4baby said...

Oh to see my sewing room.......there is stuff piled a mile high on the counter tops; floor only has a small walkway for my feet to find the other end of the room, the chair has junk piled in it........it contains needles, magazines, papers, books, yarn, scrapbooking, leaves, trash, tv equipment, pens and pencils, fabric a mile high, old pictures, new pictures, tiles, grocery sacks.....this is the room where everything goes when someone is coming over. I give the kids a pile and say, "Take this to my sewing room." Enough said. And, no, don't ask to see it, Aaron!